Whether you are an occasional or frequent traveler, Chubb Travel Insurance provides travel insurance cover directly to individuals and families for single and annual multi-trips. With the new and improved plan, you now have the option to choose the benefits and level of cover you need to suit your travel itinerary. With a new add-on option, you also have the flexibility to select only the benefits you need for your future trip.
How Chubb Travel Insurance works
- Choose between an annual multi-trip and a single trip policy.
- Select the destination(s) you wish to travel to.
- For a single trip policy select your travel dates or
- For an annual multi-trip policy select the inception dates of your policy.
- Choose who you wish to cover.
- Provide the age of the principle traveller.
- Choose if you want any optional add-on benefits.
What you’ll always get
There are some benefits we believe you will always need. Chubb Travel Insurance provides:
- Medical & related expenses, including evacuation and repatriation
- Specified pre-existing medical conditions automatically covered
- Political and natural disaster cover including evacuation and repatriation
- Security advice and assistance
- 7 levels of cover to choose from
- Worldwide cover 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (excluding Cuba)
- Unlimited emergency medical and related expenses cover (Travel Superior)
- Top up cover when purchasing your flight tickets via your credit card
- Single-trip cover or annual multi-trip cover
- Up to 180 days cover with single trip cover or 90 days cover with annual multi-trip
- Cover for Individuals and families (6 months to 69 years of age) and Seniors (70 - 79 years of age)
- Comprehensive pre-existing medical conditions cover under the Travel Superior plan
Click here for full Benefit Schedule
Optional Add-on Benefits
Choose the optional benefits that you need:
- Reimbursement for a golf hole-in-one
- Adventurous Sports and Winter Sports cover
- Cover for your Sporting/Ski Equipment (Personal Effects)
Click here for full terms, conditions and exclusions